St. Patrick’s Day Bling – Including lovely machine embroidered linens from ceo a’s draiocht.
Corned Beef and Cabbage Casserole – A delicious twist on corned beef and cabbage from Aunt B on a Budget.
Irish Bannock – a lovely scone-like dessert from ceo a’s draiocht.
St. Patrick’s Day Green Cupcakes – A Little Nosh uses spinach to color the cupcakes green.
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Thanks for mentioning me!!! My guests for St. Patrick’s day weekend had a sweet tooth, so we didn’t make the bannock – our day started with homemade, sugary streusal coffee cake. hmn, maybe I should put on the oven and make one now.
Beth @ Aunt B's Kitchen says
Thank you for featuring my corned beef and cabbage casserole. I’m honoured! And thanks, again, for hosting the Gallery. I do enjoy it so much.
Today I’ve linked two posts; one recipe and one craft. The recipe is for Broccoli and Cheddar Quiche, Pi Day dinner at our house. The craft link is to a photo album that folds up into a little gift box. I hope you enjoy them both.
Thanks for hosting and sharing.I am not aware of St Patrick’s day cause I live here In Singapore.I brought my Cereal Prawn
Hi! I don’t have anything St Patrick’s Day related to share, it’s not something we really celebrate here. But I did bring my grain free Hot Cross Bun recipe!
Have a lovely week and thank you for hosting!
Winelady Cooks says
Hi Alea & April, thanks so much for hosting.
Have a great weekend!
Shana Putnam says
Oh I do love me some corned beef and cabbage!!
Thanks for hosting! Great St Pat’s round-up. I dig those cupcakes–green from spinach. Cool!